All Oregonians eligible for COVID-19 vaccines April 19; Piluso steps out of school board race Get vaccinated Every Oregonian age 16 and older, who wants to be vaccinated, is eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine begining Monday, April 19. Frontline workers and those in their households became eligible Monday, April […]

Editor’s note: If uncertain about an event being held because of COVID-19, call the contact numbers. Outdoors-related clubs and organizations can submit items to be considered for publication in “Outdoors Briefs” by emailing to [email protected]. Youth Trout Day set at Sweet Arrow Lake Sweet Arrow Lake County Park again will […]

Feb. 15—Monday, February 15 through Friday, February 26 — Batesville Intermediate School Scholastic Book Fair — The BIS Scholastic Book Fair will be held Monday, Feb. 15 through Friday, Feb. 26. Tuesday, February 16 — Batesville Memorial Public Library — Storytime at 11 a.m. at Batesville Memorial Public Library for […]

Holiday pick-up meal being offered to Auburn residents AUBURN — Auburn’s Age-Friendly Community Committee, together with the Auburn Recreation Department and Auburn resident Matt Leonard, invite Auburn residents to have a “Special Christmas and New Year’s Meal.” The free pick-up meal of three finger rolls (chicken, egg, or ham), chips, […]

CLOSE Richland SWCD salutes local farmers Randy and Eileen Eisenhauer, owners of Eisenhauer Family Farm, have been honored as Richland SWCD Cooperator of the Year. (Photo: Submitted) MANSFIELD – Randy and Eileen Eisenhauer of the Eisenhauer Family Farm were recognized as Cooperator of the Year at the Richland Soil and Water Conservation […]

City, Republic alter bulk pickup times Republic Services and the Mayor’s Office have decided upon a better agreement on the Bulk Pickup schedule to make it easier for residents to know their pickup day every month, said Deputy Mayor Jacob Pomasl. This is for the two free bulk items. The […]